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Determine the probability of each of the following types of poker hands

a. Two pairs (two cards of one denomination, two cards of a different denomination, and one card of a denomination other than those two denominations)

b. One pair (two cards of one denomination and three cards of distinct denomination, where each of the three cards has a different denomination than that of the pair)

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